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We know the term ‘dual fuel’ can be confusing, but it needn’t be. Dual fuel does not mean some fancy kind of energy. It simply means buying your gas and electric from the same energy provider.
The benefits of doing this can be two-fold. Firstly, many energy companies give their cheapest gas and electricity deals to customers who buy both services from them. Secondly, by using only one energy supplier, you typically get just one bill. This can make it easier to manage your account and keep track of your energy costs.
Some people also think that with a cheap dual fuel deal, they’ll get a different kind of service. They won’t. All energy suppliers use the same pipe and cables to deliver gas and electric.
Apart from the convenience of getting only one bill and perhaps a lower price, there’s no difference in buying gas and electric from one supplier or separately from two.
You can see this on your bills, or just check your last bank statement.
For example, they might be Standard Variable Tariff, or Economy 7.
Pay by direct debit, cheque, card, etc.
Tell us in pounds & pence or in kWh. (Applies to gas and electric).
The date your plans lapse or renew.
The best way to lower your energy bills is to be a ‘switcher’. The millions who stay loyal to the same gas and electric providers are probably paying too much – maybe hundreds of pounds per year. This is wrong. There are a lot of great deals out there, but many people just don’t take advantage of them. The market rewards those who shop around. Switching providers can slash your bills.
Start comparing energy prices with Quidco Compare. We’ll show you the best quotes for the cheapest dual fuel deals. On top of that, we’ll give you cashback as well.
Change providers, lower your tariffs, get money in your bank.
This couldn’t be simpler. It’s basically all done for you.
As soon as you choose your new dual fuel provider, they take care of the nitty gritty. They let your current gas and electric suppliers know you’re saying goodbye and between them they agree a date to make the changeover of both services.
After that, you’ll receive all the paperwork by email or post. This will confirm your new tariffs and payment details. Just check they’re correct. Then you’ll have a 14-day cooling off period, so if you change your mind, it’s not a problem.
On changeover day, just take meter readings of both gas and electric for your old suppliers and they’ll send you a final bill. Usually, the whole process takes less than three weeks.
After you’ve taken out a dual fuel tariff, your cashback will be tracked within 72 hours. Within four months, it will be confirmed with your provider and available for withdrawal. You can check the progress of your cashback at any time in your Activity.